Modern Languages for International Communication and Cooperation

LANGUAGE: ITALIAN

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The course promotes the development of inter-language and intercultural communication enabling students to master translation and consecutive interpreting skills required to work in international aid and institutional, multimedia and media communication.
Starting from academic year 2012 – 13 students have the opportunity to gain the French/Italian joint degree. Indeed, students may also be awarded the Master's degree in French- Italian Etudes Interculturelle (EIFI) awardedby partner university 'Blaise-Pascal' in Clermont Ferrand, France. The qualification is officially recognized in both countries.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Students are expected to work as interpreters and translators in international aid and institutional, multimedia and media communication. Graduates will become experts in managing inter and intralanguage and intercultural communication among multilingual community members, whether they are representatives of businesses, cultural bodies, translation agencies that provide their service to cinema and TV, minority ethnic communities. They may work in key roles in transnational communication for a range of boards, institutions and international bodies.

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Ultimo aggiornamento5agosto2019